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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe

Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe - Mexico City, Mexico
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Duration: 11 hours
Location: Mexico City, Mexico

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$49.00

Experience the ancient City of the Gods on a visit to the archaeological site of Teotihuacan. Your full day guided tour will highlight the complexities of Aztec treasures ... More info ›

Experience the ancient City of the Gods on a visit to the archaeological site of Teotihuacan. Your full day guided tour will highlight the complexities of Aztec treasures. You'll have the opportunity to climb the magnificent Pyramids of the Sun and Moon and see the Butterflies Temple, the Avenue of the Dead and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Book now for a step back in time that you'll never forget!

Few cities in the world have been considered worthy of being inhabited by Gods but Teotihuacan is such a city. Thousands of years of civilization, which today can still be felt along its wide avenues projecting out towards the cardinal points of the universe had to pass before this place could be elevated to the ranks of a mythical city.

This full day tour will take you to the archaeological site of Teotihuacan, which is one of the most impressive sites of the Aztec World. Located only one hour outside of Mexico City, you'll have the chance to see the complexities of Aztec treasures.

You'll also visit the Shrine of our Lady of Guadalupe, the most visited religious site in Latin America. Built in the 16th Century, this Shrine is a wonderful example of Spanish Baroque Art. In 1531, a 'Lady from Heaven' appeared to a poor Indian at Tepeyac, a hill northwest of Mexico City. She identified herself as the Mother of the True God, instructed him to have the bishop build a temple on the site and left an image of herself imprinted miraculously on his tilma.

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El Hechizo Tour from Chihuahua

El Hechizo Tour from Chihuahua - Creel, Mexico

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Creel, Mexico

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$25.00

Explore Sierra Tarahumara on this 3-hour sightseeing tour. Begin by taking in the famous landscape of the Pueblo Magico, including the village of San Ignacio de Arareko, Arareko lake, and other valleys ... More info ›

Explore Sierra Tarahumara on this 3-hour sightseeing tour. Begin by taking in the famous landscape of the Pueblo Magico, including the village of San Ignacio de Arareko, Arareko lake, and other valleys. Drive along the winding paths and learn about the Raramuri culture from your driver. The stories of the simple, happy life of the Raramuri provide a new perspective and an appreciation of the vibrant culture of the indigenous people.

Choose between a morning tour with a pickup time of 9:30am or an afternoon tour with pickup at 3pm. You will be transported to the nearby Tarahumara community of San Ignacio de Arareco. On your 3-hour tour, you will explore 3 valleys and Lake Arareco. Your knowledgeable, local guide will teach you about the culture, history, and daily life of the Tarahumara Tribe.

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Photography Tour of Tulum and Coba

Photography Tour of Tulum and Coba - Cancún, Mexico

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Cancún, Mexico

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$100.00

This 10-hour tour of Riviera Maya's two most famous ancient ruins is for those with a love of photography. Explore the cliffside dwellings of Tulum overlooking the Caribbean Sea, then drive inland to Coba, the center of the Mayans' ancient roadway system and climb the tallest Mesoamerican pyramid in the Yucatan, with views in all directions ... More info ›

This 10-hour tour of Riviera Maya's two most famous ancient ruins is for those with a love of photography. Explore the cliffside dwellings of Tulum overlooking the Caribbean Sea, then drive inland to Coba, the center of the Mayans' ancient roadway system and climb the tallest Mesoamerican pyramid in the Yucatan, with views in all directions. All the while, your professional photographer/guide shows you how to take professional-quality photos in this lush, sunny environment. Round-trip transfer, drive/guide, and all entrance fees are included.

Be ready in your Cancun hotel lobby as early as you like for this 10-hour, small-group tour. You'll be emailed a detailed itinerary of your trip beforehand, which outlines estimated times of arrival and a list of activities. 

After hotel pickup, you can have the driver stop for coffee and snacks (food and beverages at your own cost) before heading down the coast to Tulum. You are also free to stop along the scenic drive to stretch, use the restroom, and take amazing photos of the Caribbean coast.

Once at Tulum, explore the beautiful ancient Mayan site and learn about the history of each monument. Your professional photographer-guide will help you to take professional-quality photos of the seaside ruins. Take a break for lunch to refuel, then head inland to Coba, the center of the Mayans' ancient system of stone roadways or sacbeobs. This city was once home to 50,000 people. Climb up the Yucatan's tallest pyramid, Nohoch Mul, for the opportunity to photograph breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding jungle.  

Your guide will offer tools and valuable tips for capturing the Yucatan's lush, sunny environment. Round-trip transfer, drive/guide, and all entrance fees are included in this unique tour.

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El Meco and Puerto Juarez Private Photography Tour

El Meco and Puerto Juarez Private Photography Tour - Cancún, Mexico

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Cancún, Mexico

From USD
$50.00

Explore an ancient Mayan archaeological site without leaving Cancun.  Your private photography tour will take you to the quiet and peaceful ruins of El Meco located in Puerto Juarez ... More info ›

Explore an ancient Mayan archaeological site without leaving Cancun.  Your private photography tour will take you to the quiet and peaceful ruins of El Meco located in Puerto Juarez. Take your street photography skills to new levels while you explore the original fishing village of Cancun, Puerto Juarez with your local guide.  Take a break from the hotel zone and see the local's side of Cancun with an experienced private photography guide.

Your 4  private photography tour of Cancun will begin with pickup from your hotel in an air conditioned vehicle which will take you to El Meco Ruins. Nestled in a small jungle area on the other side of Cancun, El Meco is a less busy but a beautiful site with a rich history and always full of a number of species such as iguanas and squirrel monkeys.

During your tour of the ruins you will have the opportunity to discuss your photography goals with your guide and learn new tips and tricks for taking great pictures.  If you are not a photographer, don't worry, instead of photography training you will get a professional photo session during your tour.  You will receive all the photos taken by your photography guide during your tour in high resolution at no extra cost.  

Following the archaeological tour, your professional guide will take you on a combination driving and walking tour through Puerto Juarez. You will have the opportunity to meet some locals,  see the original fishing village that was Cancun before the rise of tourism, and take some great street photography shots.  

Your tour will lead you into Cancun's city center where your guide will highlight some of the major hotpots before taking you back to your hotel.

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Baja Ranch Cultural Tour Including Pottery and Tortilla-Making Classes

Baja Ranch Cultural Tour Including Pottery and Tortilla-Making Classes - Todos Santos, Mexico

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Todos Santos, Mexico

From USD
$100.00

Experience what Mexican mountain-rancher life is like during this 5-hour Baja experience. Drive on beautiful desert roads, and pass through cactus forests and huge, dry arroyos to reach a working ranch in the middle of a mountain oasis ... More info ›

Experience what Mexican mountain-rancher life is like during this 5-hour Baja experience. Drive on beautiful desert roads, and pass through cactus forests and huge, dry arroyos to reach a working ranch in the middle of a mountain oasis. Be warmly welcomed into the home of your local hosts, where you'll take a pottery class and learn how to make tortillas with a group of no more than 10 people. Over a traditional "ranchero" lunch, learn how Baja Californians have carved their homes–and their livings–out the mountains for centuries.

Get picked up from your centrally located Todos Santos hotel at 9am, and enjoy a beautiful 75-minute drive through the mountains towards the working ranch of Doña Ramona and her family. Pass through huge, dry arroyos and cactus forests as you drive on quiet desert roads. Smell the aromas of your traditional lunch cooking when you arrive at the ranch, then sit down with Doña Ramona for a group pottery class. Listen to stories of her life in the mountains as you learn tips for working with the local clay.

Once you’ve created your own Baja California pottery masterpiece, head into the kitchen with your group to learn how to make tortillas in the traditional Mexican way. Sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labor with several "ranchero" dishes, made with fresh local ingredients. After lunch, take a tour of Doña Ramona’s ranch. Group size is limited to 10 people for a personal experience. Check out her pottery kiln and the little chapel for the priest that visits the village twice a month.

Time and interest permitting, you may wind up the trip by visiting some of Doña Ramona’s neighbors before driving back to Todos Santos. The tour concludes back at your Todos Santos hotel between 2pm–3pm. Please Note: A vegetarian meal option is available, please make a note in the Special Requirements field when booking.

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Xihuacan Culture and Archaeology Tour

Xihuacan Culture and Archaeology Tour - Ixtapa, Mexico
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Ixtapa, Mexico

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$65.00

Either from Zihuatanejo or Ixtapa take the most complete Xihuacan archaeological tour, this recently discovered ceremonial center is the only one in this continent made out of bricks and modeling clay during the Pre-Columbian period. Have a guided tour through the Cuitlateca vestiges and learn about the ethnic group who took the knowledge of pottery to a higher level.
Travel in a luxury van with a small group of people and enjoy and excellent lunch on the beach with handmade tortillas and fresh fish, chicken or tasty shrimp.

The drive from your hotel to the archaeological dig is approximately 45 minutes, spend about 3 hours exploring all of the ceremonial center, then drive 35 minutes to get to the beach and have lunch and from there to the hotel is approximately 40 minutes.

Xihuacan Archaeology Tour includes visit to the Xihuacan Site Museum which houses about 800 objects, that includes: work in ocean shells, ceramic, obsidian vases, bell necklaces, copper axes, stone artifacts and granite carved stones.

Then you will visit the ball court ... More info ›

Either from Zihuatanejo or Ixtapa take the most complete Xihuacan archaeological tour, this recently discovered ceremonial center is the only one in this continent made out of bricks and modeling clay during the Pre-Columbian period. Have a guided tour through the Cuitlateca vestiges and learn about the ethnic group who took the knowledge of pottery to a higher level.
Travel in a luxury van with a small group of people and enjoy and excellent lunch on the beach with handmade tortillas and fresh fish, chicken or tasty shrimp.

The drive from your hotel to the archaeological dig is approximately 45 minutes, spend about 3 hours exploring all of the ceremonial center, then drive 35 minutes to get to the beach and have lunch and from there to the hotel is approximately 40 minutes.

Xihuacan Archaeology Tour includes visit to the Xihuacan Site Museum which houses about 800 objects, that includes: work in ocean shells, ceramic, obsidian vases, bell necklaces, copper axes, stone artifacts and granite carved stones.

Then you will visit the ball court. The ball court is the place where they played the ball game. Linked to religion, the ball game ritual was one of the main activities in pre-Hispanic cities, the ball game was associated directly to the human sacrifice.

The next stop will be at pyramid name Edificio B, which was build out of bricks on the inside and modeling clay on the outside.

Next you will visit the rural community name Soledad de Maciel, where the villagers built houses on top of what it used to be the neighborhood of the high-class citizens during the Pre-Columbian Period.

Go to a beautiful lagoon that flows into the ocean, where there is always a nice ocean breeze, at this beautiful scenario you will have a great lunch which consist of one of the following choices:

  • Shrimp on garlic sauce or breaded
  • Fish filet on garlic sauce or bread or on the grill
  • Chicken fajitas or chicken on the grill or chicken breaded
All of the dishes come with guacamole & chips, sope, salsa, hand made tortillas and beans. With lunch you get a beer or a soft drink or coconut milk.

The transportation will be an air-conditioned, very comfortable 14 passenger van.

After lunch you will be transported back to your hotel in Ixtapa Zihuatanejo.

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